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Monday, May 25, 2009

North Korea Missile Launch

The Japanese government will meet with members of the six party talks, the U.S., China, Russia and South Korea. We will take necessary countermeasures against North Korea, says Kaoru Yosano. (Asia Confidential)

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Face-off On The Korean Peninsula

U.N. to seek additional sanctions after North Korea nuclear test. (Asia Confidential)

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The New Drug Of Choice

Caution: Graphic Content: For children diagnosed with ADD and bi-polar disorder, Risperdal is widely used for treatment. As Sharyl Attkisson, the side effects are putting them at serious risk.

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Mother, Son Return To Minn.

13-year-old Daniel Hauser and his mother Colleen have returned to Minn. after avoiding a court order for Daniel to receive medical treatment for his Hodgkin's lymphoma. Dean Reynolds has the latest.

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U.S. Condemns Nuclear Test

Pres. Obama and other world leaders condemned N. Korea's nuclear test and said the international community will take action in response. Bill Plante reports and Juan Zarate offers analysis.

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N. Korea's Nuclear Test

North Korea successfully conducted a nuclear test and a series of short-range missile launches. As Barry Petersen explains, reports differ on the test's magnitude but it remains globally condemned.

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Asian Economic Recovery- Too Early To Call

South Korean consumer sentiments rises to two-year high on stimulus efforts. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Ride On The Bullet Train

In an effort to clear congested roads and skies, Pres. Obama has allocated $13 billion for high-speed rail projects, but many roadblocks stand in his way. Jeff Greenfield reports.

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Chinese Art Market

Report and analysis with Patricia Hidalgo of Bloomberg News. She reports about the economic outlook on Chinese art. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Substantial Inflation

Yale's Swensen recommends TIPS to hedge against 'substantial inflation'. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Sustainable Investments

Analysis and discussion with Stewart Armer of Fortis SRI CIO. He talks about investment trading ideas. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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U.N. Reacts To Nuke Test

CBS News RAW: U.N Security Council President Vitaly Churkin spoke after an emergency meeting discussing N. Korea's announcement that it had successfully conducted a nuclear test.

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Currency Market- Domestic Demand

Analysis and discussion with Sharada Selvanathan of BNP Paribas Hong Kong. She talks about currency rally. (The Trade)

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Indonesia Being Resilient

Yudhoyono victory may boost Indonesian stocks, currency, analysts says. (The Trade)

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North Korea Conducts Underground Nuclear Test

North Korea conducts second nuclear test, defies international condemnation. (The Trade)

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New Test Impact On Currency

The currency is down about 0.7%. The traders say if it does not come to pass and there are no further missile tests, they could see the won recover quickly. (The Trade)

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Australian Economy

The financial stocks, the insurers, and the property-related stocks are certainly going to the process of readjustment to a new level without the support of the short-selling ban. (The Trade)

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Japanese Gains Reversed

The Yen falls from the nine-week high against the dollar. (The Trade)

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Paying Tribute To Heroes Lost

People came from across the country to Washington to pay tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice in combat. Joel Brown reports.

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Susan Boyle's 2nd Act

After moving to the second round of "Britain's Got Talent," Susan Boyle gave a rousing but, to some, nervous performance of "Memory" from the musical "Cats." Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Fittest Man In The World

The Early Show anchors discussed Men's Health magazine's list of the fittest men in the world. Raphael Nadal took the top spot.

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Head To Toe In White

Executive Fashion Editor at Glamour magazine Suze Yalof Schwartz showed Maggie Rodriguez some great all white looks for summer.

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Ask The Right Questions

Moneywatch.com's Jill Schlesinger spoke to Harry Smith about how important it is to educate yourself before investing your money with a broker.

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Keeping Mosquitoes Off

Green living expert Danny Seo showed Harry Smith which products are the best and safest for repelling mosquitoes.

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Ready, Set, Grill

Executive Chef Elizabeth Karmel showed Harry Smith and Maggie Rodriguez the secret to making great ribs.

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Get Your Grill On

Behindthebuy.com's David Gregg showed Harry Smith the hottest new grills and great accessories to go with them.

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Obama at Arlington Cemetery

Obama at Arlington Cemetery

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A 'Terminator' Reality?

As artificial intelligence improves, robots will continue to play a key role in American military efforts. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Susan Boyle Does It Again

Susan Boyles wowed the judges of Britain's Got Talent for the second time, making her way into the finals. Mark Phillips reports. Maggie Rodriguez spoke with the show's judges.

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Summer Foot Care

Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about how to take care of your feet during summer's sandal season.

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Morning Show Roundup 5/25/09

Morning Show Roundup 5/25/09

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Obama on North Korea

Obama on North Korea

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A Seal's Courageous Story

A Navy seal injured on the battlefield shared his courageous story of recovery. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Morning Show Roundup 5/25/09

Morning Show Roundup 5/25/09

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N. Korea Tests World Patience

North Korea conducted a nuclear test to which President Obama called a matter of "grave concern." Barry Peterson reports. Joint Chiefs Of Staff's Adm. Mike Mullen discussed the tests.

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Clock Ticking For GM?

General Motors could soon be pushed into the largest bankruptcy in history. Priya David reports. Moneywatch.com's Jill Schlesinger discussed a possible GM restructuring.

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Seventh Generation

Cris Valerio of Bloomberg News sits with Jeffrey Hollender, the CEO and President of the Seventh Generation. Hollender talks about his company and its goal for future success. (Venture)

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Buffett And Berkshire Hathaway Minds

Betty Liu of Bloomberg News speaks with Warren Buffett and other powerful minds that we're involve in the Berkshire Hathaway. (For The Record)

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Conversations With Judy Woodruff

Judy Woodruff chats with Paul Volcker to talk about the Obama administration, the recession, the role of the Fed and the banks. (Judy Woodruff)

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Bluewater Wind

Peter Mandelstam, Founder and President of the Bluewater Wind. He shares his experience in putting up his energy business. (Venture)

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POLITICO Playback 5/25/09

POLITICO Playback 5/25/09

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DineEquity's Julia Stewart

Julia Stewart the CEO of the DineEquity talks about DineEquity, her business and she also talks about her life in Applebees. (For The Record)

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The World Of Barter

Don Mardak, the CEO of the International Monetary Systems talks about Barter. (Venture)

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Conversation With Suzy Welch

Suzy Welch may be know for her marriage to Jack Welch. Before she met him she was like any single working mother as Editor and Chief of the Harvard Business Review and raising her four children. In the midst of that she developed a strategy to deal with life. A decision-making tool called 10-10-10. (For The Record)

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Barry Sternlicht Highlights

He made his name in real estate at the age of 32. Now he is 49 and he's done a lot since. He even created a hotel chain. (For The Record)

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The Inner Circle Of Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett the legendary investor who has been in the market for decades loves his job so much that he jokes about running his company by Ouija board when his dead. People around him give ideas on what will happen when he steps down, (Warren Buffett)

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Inside Look - Mapping The Family Genome

Interview and discussion with Linda Avey, Co-Founder of the 23andMe. She talks about D.N.A. and how interesting to know you're family tree to its main roots. (Venture)

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A Washington, DC luxury hotel goes green

High society hotel guests choosing not to change their sheets or towels, 19th century chandeliers outfitted with energy-saving bulbs: the Willard, one of Washington, DC's oldest and most prestigious hotels, is going green.

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Movies / Critics' Picks- Critics' Picks- 'Taste of Cherry'

A. O. Scott reviews Abbas Kiarostami's 1997 film, which follows an affluent middle-aged man with suicidal tendencies.

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France gets first permanent Gulf base

French President Nicolas Sarkozy is due to open his country's first permanent military base in the Gulf on Tuesday. AFPTV is given a guided tour.

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Obama condemns NKorea 'reckless actions'

US President Barack Obama on Monday led condemnation of North Korea's nuclear test, calling for a global response to what he said was a "threat to international peace".

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Dairy protesters clash with Brussels police over milk prices

Dairy farmers from across Europe clashed with police in Brussels during a meeting of European Union farm ministers to highligh plummetting wholesale milk prices.

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Cannes festival serves up controversy

Troubled times mean troubled movies, and this year's 62nd Cannes film festival saw a slate of disturbing and thought-provoking movies screened on the Riviera. Top honours went to a chilling drama on the roots of Nazi savagery while a bevy of world film auteurs returned home empty-handed.

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Ecuadorians sue Chevron for $27 billion

30,000 indigenous Ecuadorians are suing Chevron for 27 billion dollars in the most expensive environmental lawsuit in history. The oil giant dumped over 20 billion barrels of oil and oil waste in the Amazon rainforest. A verdict should be reached in the fall.

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Military Veterans of All Ages Skew Republican

United States military veterans across all age groups are more likely to be Republican than those of comparable ages who are not veterans.

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North Korea confirms second nuclear test

North Korea has carried out a controversial underground nuclear test on the same day it test-fired a missile, despite international pressure.

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Americas- In Caracas, A Motorizado's Life

In an anarchic city, thousands of motorbike couriers known as motorizados make life there treacherous and viable at the same time.

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Cairo's rooftops, home to the poor

The apartment blocks of Egypt's capital boast an inverted social hierarchy: the wealthiest residents live inside, on different floors, while at the very top, poor families make their homes on the roof. Over the decades, entire communities of rooftop denizens have developed, even though their living quarters are illegal.

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